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I actually haven't had differential equations, but I managed to somehow to register for the class I am in-_-, fortunately it's easy, but I'm still not sure how

dx/dt = (.8*sqrt(100+x^2)/x

I figure multiply out the dt, so dx=(.8*sqrt(100+x^2)/x dt, then integrate

so x=allthatstuff *t, except I'm not sure that's right, should everything be constant like that?

dx/dt = (.8*sqrt(100+x^2)/x

I figure multiply out the dt, so dx=(.8*sqrt(100+x^2)/x dt, then integrate

so x=allthatstuff *t, except I'm not sure that's right, should everything be constant like that?

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